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Limerick:There was an Old Person of Sparta
Edward Lear
There was an Old Person of Sparta, Who had twenty-one sons and one 'darter'; He fed them on snails, And weighed them in scales, That wonderful Pers...Rate it:

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In Sparta
Constantine P. Cavafy
happy that in her old age she could be useful to Sparta still. As for the humiliation—that didn'tRate it:

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The Helot
Isabella Valancy Crawford
gaze, Dorian foemen paus'd before, Where cold Sparta snatch'd her bays At Achaea's stubborn door. Rate it:

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A Letter From the Trenches to a School Friend
Charles Hamilton Sorley
remember, when I say How, when they went down Sparta way, To sandy Sparta, long ere dawn Horses werRate it:

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Translation Of The Famous Greek War Song
George Gordon Lord Byron
conquer, till we're free. Sons of Greeks, &c. Sparta, Sparta, why in slumbers Lethargic dolt thouRate it:

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Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: A Romaunt. Canto IV.
George Gordon Lord Byron
light the laurels on a loftier head! And be the Spartan's epitaph on me -- 'Sparta hath many a woRate it:

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Come, O King of the Lacedaimonians
Constantine P. Cavafy
us weeping or behaving in any way unworthy of Sparta. At least this is still in our power; what lieRate it:

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Daisy
Richard Aldington
and talks with me Is - who knows? - Helen of Sparta, Dryope, Laodamia ... And there are you A Rate it:

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Dimaratos
Constantine P. Cavafy
the great Persian army, he'll make it back to Sparta too; and once he's king again, how quickly he'Rate it:

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From The Greek Of Julianus
William Cowper
A Spartan, his companion slain, Alone from battle fled; His mother, kindling with disdain That she had borne him, struck him dead; For courage, and...Rate it:

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In 200 B.C.
Constantine P. Cavafy
imagine that they were utterly indifferent in Sparta to this inscription. "Except the LacedaemonianRate it:

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Leda
Muriel Stuart
and flowered again Corrupt and fierce through Sparta's line. Bred through me-bred through delicate Rate it:

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Ode VII: On The Use Of Poetry
Mark Akenside
lasting his award. V. Lycurgus fashion'd Sparta's fame, And Pompey to the Roman name Gave universaRate it:

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Ode XVIII: To The Right Honourable Francis Earl Of Huntington
Mark Akenside
the race with freedom fir'd; From whom Lycurgus Sparta's sons inspir'd; From whom Platæan palms andRate it:

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On The Same By Palladas
William Cowper
A Spartan 'scaping from the fight, His mother met him in his flight, Upheld a falchion to his breast, And thus the fugitive address'd: 'Thou canst ...Rate it:

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The Athenaid: Volume II: Book the Twelfth
Richard Glover
let my chosen band Of Attic friends, and Sparta's fifty youths, My followers, be ready for a march.Rate it:

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The Holy Constitution
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
the world has since known Greece and Rome and Sparta, Medes and Persians and such fools Who were boRate it:

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The Spartan Boy
Charles Lamb
can in fortitude exceed The noble boy, in Sparta bred, Who in the temple ministered. By the sacrifRate it:

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The Tower Beyond Tragedy
Robinson Jeffers
was Helen's sister- Troy's burning-flower from Sparta, the beautiful sea-flower Cut in clear stone,Rate it:

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Thoughts Suggested By A College Examination
George Gordon Lord Byron
Magna Charta, Yet well he recollects the laws of Sparta; Can tell what edicts sage Lycurgus made, Rate it:

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To His Sister Paolina,
Count Giacomo Leopardi
how much they owe unto their sires. The sons of Sparta thus became, Amid the memories of heroes oldRate it:

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Troy Town
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
HEAVENBORN Helen, Sparta's queen, (O Troy Town!) Had two breasts of heavenly sheen, The sun and moon of the heart's desire: All Love's lordship lay...Rate it:

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